Bloodborne Demake Is Coming Soon (And It’s Free)
Out of all the games in the world that fans are begging for a remake of, Bloodborne is surprisingly high on the list. The game only launched during the PS3 era, but fans are begging for a return to Yharnam with a fresh lick of paint for the new generation of consoles.
Since the Souls-like’s meteoric rise in popularity, the game has been held as a true fan favourite, and fans are hoping for a return to the hacking, slashing, and rolling.
But, what if instead of coming two console generations forward, Bloodborne instead went two console generations backwards? That’s the question that one fan is answering with an ambitious project that we’ll be able to get our hands on next year.
Bloodborne Demake Is Coming Next Year - For Free
One fan’s project to 'demake' Bloodborne has finally come to bear fruit, as a release date for the incredible project has been revealed. Developer Lilith Walther has debuted the official trailer for the demake and revealed that the game will be coming very soon. Even better - it’ll be completely free for everyone.
"Thank you everyone for the support these past 10 months", said Walther in her trailer reveal that dropped on Halloween. "Just a little bit longer."
Though the game might seem like a cease-and-desist waiting to happen, Bloodborne PSX seems to have ducked a lawsuit from FromSoftware so far. Hopefully, it will continue to do so until the game’s launch. It’s an impressive project that joins the interesting new trend of games that replicate classic PlayStation aesthetics for something a little spookier.
When Does The Bloodborne Demake Come Out?
Luckily, it’s not long until the Bloodborne demake comes out for free to PC users, so maybe it can continue avoiding the legal threats from the game’s original owner. Bloodborne PSX is set to launch on PC on January 31 2022.
The game looks incredible, and it’s an intriguing, creative way to approach a game’s remake. If the team can avoid the gaze of FromSoftware’s legal team, this could be something truly special. This is one idea that definitely doesn't "suck", so we can't wait to see the Bloodborne demake spread its wings.